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Queen Street is set in the heart of the town centre and the comprehensive shopping facilities that include a wealth of shops, bars and restaurants, two supermarkets, cinema, theatre as well as pleasant river walks and the railway station that provides a service to London Paddington (55 mins.). The commuter is serviced by both the M4 (J8/9) and M40 motorways approximately 7 miles.
An ideal opportunity to update and personalise a character family home with accommodation over four floors (includes the 14' x 14' cellar).
Entrance hallway provides access into the front living room and rear reception room. The front living room has fitted louvre fronted cupboards, shelving and open alcove/wardrobe area with a door that leads down to the cellar (14' x 14'). The cellar has light and power, approx. 5'10 head height with panelled walls and ceiling.
The rear reception provides separate access into the fitted kitchen and inner hallway with Sky lantern and separate doors to the cloakroom/shower room and to the small covered outside area.
On the first floor landing access to bedroom 3 (12'11 x 8'4) with front aspect and fitted wall to ceiling storage facility, bedroom 2 with rear aspect and the family bathroom with airing cupboard. A further door leads to the staircase and the master double aspect bedroom (25'2 x 8'4) with extensive fitted storage facilities and vanity area with sink. This room could easily be converted into two similar sized separate bedrooms.
To the rear is a small covered courtyard area with storage and pedestrian side access.
From our office in Duke Street, turn left (towards Reading) and turn left into Friday Street and right into Queen Street. The property is set on the left hand side.
Due to current regulations it is now necessary for purchasers to provide proof of Identity. This can be in the form of either a current passport or photo driving licence, together with proof of address (valid in the last 3 months) which can be either a utility bill or driving licence (if this has not been used as proof of identity).